Intel SSD for Video Surveillance recording.
I want to try using an Intel P4600 2TB SSD drive for recording on my video surveillance system. Traditionally SSD was not recommended for this as it is such a write intensive task. These newer drives seem like they might be better suited. I need to know if I have everything right here, how well do you know SSDs???
This drive is rated for 11.08 Petabytes Written, or 11,800 Terabytes over it's lifetime? Warranty period is 5 years (1825 days). Which means it can handle 6.47 Terabytes per day?
It has 1.61 GB/s Maximum write. 3.2 GB/s Max Read. The old way of recording the video would be to put it to a RAID 10 array consisting of 10 x 15K SAS drives. Not counting for storage space, would this single drive be able to replace that entire 10 disk array?
Who can check my numbers and see if I am crazy or heading in the right direction?